quite a lot


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quite a lot

(spoken)
a large number or amount We've had quite a lot of rain this year.
See also: lot, quite
References in classic literature ?
Ojo became a bit uneasy at this, for he had already put quite a lot of the "Cleverness" powder in the dish; but he dared not interfere and so he comforted himself with the thought that one cannot have too much cleverness.
Foreign Member of'--well, quite a lot of things, about two inches of small type--`Societe Belge, American Academy of Sciences, La Plata, etc.
My father used to spend quite a lot of time in those parts, and painted at least a dozen pictures down there.
In a fraction of a second I swallowed quite a lot of it.
I see I shall have quite a lot to say to Vinrace," said Richard.
I forgot to say that the moon had risen and was letting quite a lot of light into the bank.